CRESTWOOD— Understandably, there were some heads hanging as South Oldham’s football team gathered in the end zone.
The Dragons had just been outplayed and lost 42-22 to Conner on homecoming night. Coach Jaime Reed tried to make sense of it while addressing his players.
CRESTWOOD--- The games really start to matter now. South Oldham welcomes Conner at 7:30 tonight for the Dragons' first district game. They'll be looking to rebound from last week's overtime loss at North Oldham.
GOSHEN--- Thanks to North Oldham sophomore running back Quinton Shea, Mustangs coach Billy Martin will never have to worry about what he might’ve done.
On third down in overtime, Shea took a left pitch from senior quarterback Cameron Renaud, cut back inside and jaunted into the end zone to give North Oldham a 41-38 thriller over South Oldham.
CRESTWOOD--- It was a play that South Oldham junior quarterback Jack Sherry had never run before.
So it was understandable that Sherry didn’t quite know what to do after the ball was snapped at the one-yard line in a tied game in overtime.
FRANKFORT – The South Oldham High School boys’ tennis team continued their flair for the dramatic winning the regional tennis title May 19 by one-point over Franklin County.
After beating North Oldham in a special one match playoff to win the title last year, the Dragons won it this year thanks to a down-to-the-wire singles finals win by Jordan Pitts.
CRESTWOOD – Kyle Wiedemer’s talents were put to the test as the South Oldham High School senior took the Pentathlon title at the Christian Academy Invitational April 16.
“It was the first time anyone from our school had ever competed in it so I hold the school record which is cool,” Wiedemer said.
CRESTWOOD – With just two losses this season the South Oldham boys tennis team is priming for another regional title.
“Right now things are going really well,” SOHS coach Wood McGraw said. “We took a pretty strong Male team to a 3-2 match and Trinity beat us 3-2, other than that we haven’t been beaten.”